The Human Rights Commission would like to acknowledge all of those individuals who have come forward or shared their stories about their experiences with sexual assault and sexual harassment through social media’s #MeToo campaign. We would like to remind you that if you believe that you have experienced sexual harassment at your workplace, your employer has failed to take prompt and remedial action, and the harassment has occurred within the last six months, the Human Rights Commission may be able to investigate your situation. You can access a complaint form on our website. If you are an employer and have questions about preventing sexual harassment in your workplace, or dealing with a potential harassment situation, call 1-800-233-3247, option 2.
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